While 2020 may have been a year like no other, 2021 was another one for the books. From navigating the pandemic to extreme wildfires and flooding, Trans Mountain has been challenged to innovate and progress through adversity.

Despite this year's challenges, Trans Mountain has so much to be grateful for.

In 2021, we are grateful for…

We had more than 12,300 people working in communities across British Columbia and Alberta.

We celebrated Community Benefit Agreements in local communities with the opening of the Ledgeview Clubhouse in the City of Abbotsford and the Coquitlam Foundation’s Trans Mountain Education Fund.

We delivered funds for local infrastructure upgrades to the Village of Valemount, City of Merritt and District of Hope.

We continued to strengthen our relationships with Indigenous partners through economic reconciliation, meaningful conversations and business partnerships. We awarded a long-term agreement with Sc’ianew First Nation and KOTUG Canada for expanded tug escort in the Salish sea, further supporting our commitment to marine safety.

We celebrated our Environmental Protection Rules program and won the 2021 CEPA Foundation Award for Innovation for our industry-leading program.

We provided boots on the ground with our contractors and employees to assist with wildfire and flooding efforts in British Columbia.

Our construction crews helped support communities through the BC floods by building temporary bridges into remote cut-off communities and by providing food and shelter to people in need.

Following the Project’s environmental protection and management plans, we relocated snakes in Lac Du Bois and worked with government authorities on habitat reconstruction, monitoring and release.

We celebrated more than 45 Indigenous Monitors working on the Project. We are thankful for the Indigenous lens they bring to daily environmental inspection activities.

Our workforce and contractors generously gave back to the communities. We truly appreciate our crews who go out of their way to give back to the communities they live and work in.

We raised more than $130,000 for the United Way through an employee-led campaign!

As we start the New Year and look forward to 2022, Trans Mountain’s priorities remain the safety of our workers and communities as we continue to work towards the successful completion of our nation-building Project.